Patients prefer the convenience of using a compounded triple combination drop over a standard medication plan.
Cheryl Guttman Krader
Procedure may be a promising option for presbyopia correction in emmetropic patients, according to results of clinical trial presented by Aylin Kiliç, MD, at ASCRS 2019.
A technique to assure complete separation of the cap and prevent a radial tear has been perfected by Steve Arshinoff, MD.
Sara Anastas, MD, discusses criteria for surgical intervention methods with either corneal crosslinking (CXL) or penetrating keratoplasty in pediatric patients.
Providing findings from a retrospective study, Li Lim, MD, noted that eyes with high myopia benefit from CXL add-on to LASIK, resulting in safety, efficacy, and predictability with refractive outcomes that are more stable than those achieved with LASIK alone.
The registry provides real-world evidence of safety, and durable efficacy of a glaucoma surgery device.
Stephen C. Pflugfelder, MD, honored as the recipient of the Binkhorst Lecture and medal at ASCRS 2019, lectured on the quest for tear stability in dry eye patients.
New technology offers surgeons the unfolding efficiency of an enhanced material along with the rotational stability that characterizes the current toric platform.
Corneal surgery for Fuchs’ rejuvenates the endothelium rather than replacing it, and DSO is joining the lineup as a new treatment option.
During Refractive Day at ASCRS 2019, Julie Schallhorn, MD, MS, shed some new light on the topic by challenging conventional wisdom about dry eye and LASIK.